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THIS PAGE Substantial 1960s Paris street ‘baubles’ each weighing 20 kg were used to make a chandelier


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The house is finished with a combination of larch cladding and a dramatic black render


KEN’S TOP TIP


Where possible, owner Ken was keen to use local tradesmen and worked closely with the builder to create some of the more unusual features – such as the four-poster bed created from scaffolding poles.


lights have been recommissioned into a stunning central chandelier. These lights, weighing in at 20 kg each, were no easy feat to install – and required the patience and ingenuity of builder Jon Hoyle of Host Construction to safely fit them. “We had talked about a disco ball, but that wasn’t quite right, but I loved the disco-light style. They are so beautiful at night,” explains Ken. Interior designer Marcus Crane adds: “We


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always knew that there was going to be something big there. We went to various places and discovered these at Alex MacArthur Interiors in Rye.” The specialist antiques and interiors company also supplied the collection of cushion mirrors at the top of the main staircase. The warm Cornish sunshine floods the house –glass has been used to its maximum to make the most of all available light from both


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